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  1. #176
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    I mean, it is fully reverse camber so that isn't good for ice, but it does fine in the steeps?
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    skiing is hiking all day so that you can ski on shitty gear for 5 minutes.

  2. #177
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    Review: 4frnt hoji

    Mounting my Pilsner Hojis this week on the rec line.

    Trying to decide if I want CAST on the Hojis, or on some new Season Formas I have coming.

    Formas would be a bit heavy on the upÖbut an awesome in untracked pow in mellow terrain.

    The reason to not CAST the Hojis is I have Duke PTs on both Ravens and Renegades so not sure I also need Hoji I can walk on . And I think the Hoji would be a great inbounds skis too. I have no problem dealing with ice on my Ravens, which I use a lot inbounds. Ya Hojis are a bit more rockered but donít think it will be an issue. I frickiní love rocker.

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  3. #178
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    Anyone with 4-lock version have a weight on the skins? 4frnt website claims that 4-lock skins for raven, hoji and ren all weight "less than 240 g per skin." Obviously that can't be true...

  4. #179
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    Review: 4frnt hoji

    Pomoca Free Pro with Hoji 4-lock for 191 Hoji (top): 192g

    Pomoca Climb Pro S-Guide for 190 Wildcat 108 (bottom): 302g

    I could be wrong but the glide seems relatively similar, and yet the Climb Pro has ~20% better grip and is more resistant to wetting out due to its backing thing tech. Free Pro is light light light.





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  5. #180
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    Perfect, thanks

  6. #181
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    woohoo- I picked up a new pair of Hoji's (cc's) today on the 4frnt Stash sale. They were floor models, never drilled for $450
    I would have preferred the men's version because of the wolf on the top sheet, but those were sold out and there were only 1 set of the 177's left of the Hoji cc's so I pulled the trigger.
    It's been 5 of so seasons on those other hoji's so I was due for a fresh set
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  7. #182
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    Quote Originally Posted by babybear View Post
    woohoo- I picked up a new pair of Hoji's (cc's) today on the 4frnt Stash sale. They were floor models, never drilled for $450
    I would have preferred the men's version because of the wolf on the top sheet, but those were sold out and there were only 1 set of the 177's left of the Hoji cc's so I pulled the trigger.
    It's been 5 of so seasons on those other hoji's so I was due for a fresh set
    You’re going to love the new one. They’re awesome.

  8. #183
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    Review: 4frnt hoji

    Skied my 2023 184cm Pilsner Hojis today for the first time. I’m mounted on Hojis’s rec with Pivot 15s. Perfect.

    Conditions were pow….25cm of new but it was way deeper in wind blown stashes.

    Last time I skied Hojis was my 2013 187cm Pilsners back in 2015.

    Conclusion: Everyone should own a Hoji. Fuck they are so good in pow, so good in wind blown pow, so good in chalky steeps….and they don’t suck everywhere else. You will have fun and you will ski fast.

    West Bowl was pretty deep in spots today….on the 2023 Hojis:
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    Damn I do love the Pilsner topsheets:
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  9. #184
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    Does anyone here own the 2023 pilsner hojis?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoldenBC View Post
    Does anyone here own the 2023 pilsner hojis?
    Look one post up

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    Quote Originally Posted by kc_7777 View Post
    Skied my 2023 184cm Pilsner Hojis today for the first time. I’m mounted on Hojis’s rec with Pivot 15s. Perfect.


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    Does that mean you mounted on the dimple, or did you use the the whole thing about toe at 290 and heel where it needs to go, or - XXmm for every bsl size over 284, or.........?

  12. #187
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    Review: 4frnt hoji

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Thomas View Post
    Does that mean you mounted on the dimple, or did you use the the whole thing about toe at 290 and heel where it needs to go, or - XXmm for every bsl size over 284, or.........?
    Dimple.

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  13. #188
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    Review: 4frnt hoji

    Quote Originally Posted by GoldenBC View Post
    Does anyone here own the 2023 pilsner hojis?
    Haha. Love it. Skied the Hojis again today. Iím averaging 3-4 comments in the lift lines cause of that topsheet.

    More pics coming for you Golden cause I can tell youíre jealous.

    KC

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  14. #189
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    Man, those Pilsnerís are so sweet looking! To have a Pilsner ehp, mmmmÖ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kc_7777 View Post
    Haha. Love it. Skied the Hojis again today. I’m averaging 3-4 comments in the lift lines cause of that topsheet.

    More pics coming for you Golden cause I can tell you’re jealous.

    KC

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    Definitely poking fun at ya and definitely jealous!

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    My new hojis just got mounted. I canít wait to ski them! my pass if blacked out this weekend so I might have to go to Targhee instead
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    Ooooh those look nice!

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    The bindings pair perfect with the graphics

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    God I love the Pilsner graphics, and yeah those Looks are perfect. Also banging my head on the desk for not skiing last Friday, doh.

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    Review: 4frnt hoji

    Quote Originally Posted by gramboh View Post
    God I love the Pilsner graphics, and yeah those Looks are perfect. Also banging my head on the desk for not skiing last Friday, doh.
    Ya last Friday was dang good. Deep snow and we got ahead of the lines which were not too bad.

    I boot packed Flute on Saturday and wow do the Hojis ski well in untracked. Lift line at Symphony getting back was dumb on Sat.

    Re the Hoji mountÖ.still loving my 2023 184cm Hojis mounted right on the bump. So I think Hoji absolutely nailed the rec mark on the new Hoji shape. I have a slightly smaller bsl than Hoji, but did not go forward per the old formula. The rec bump feels perfect.

    PS Iíve taken to throwing one of these in my pack on Pilsner Hoji days. Just feels right.
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  21. #196
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    I'm loving my new hojis.
    They were perfect before and now I feel like they're even a bit better.
    Ever so slightly more nimble and also carve a bit better on the groomers than my last version
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    Review: 4frnt hoji

    also since everyone is all about the pilsners, hereís my pilsner touring set-up
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    Review: 4frnt hoji

    Quote Originally Posted by babybear View Post
    also since everyone is all about the pilsners, hereís my pilsner touring set-up
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    So sweet. Good idea to have an inbounds Hoji and a touring Hoji.

    The more I ski my 4FRNT Ravens and Hojis the more I donít want to ski my other skis. The Ravens and Hojis is all Iíve been skiing on our Powder Hwy trip. From chalky to 20 cm new.

    This was this morning in Fernie. Drinking coffee sitting on the tailgate of my truck. Before skiing fresh pow. Love this view.
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